Wildcrafting is a practice that our ancestors took part in for generations and is how they got their food and medicine. I believe wildcrafting is in our lineage, it’s a part of us. Although, our world has shifted and the greed and over-use of wildcrafting have damaged our ecosystem in more ways than one. We must remember that plants are a crucial part of sustaining our ecosystem and its inhabitants.Read More
Menstrual cups are the most sustainable and eco-conscious period hygiene options there is on the market. More so, period cups don’t come with a laundry list of health hazards. This is your in-depth guide into the menstrual cup down to insertion, removal, and disinfection. It’s time to make the switch for the planet, your wallet and for your health.Read More
Every single one of us who live in this overstimulated society has a hard time resting, and the outcome of not having rest causes more than just the lack of sleep, but it makes us sick. Our bodies are incredible, I’m sure you are aware, but did you know that your nervous system is not one entity, but multiple? In summarized terms, our nervous system mainly works off of two simulations: the sympathetic state, and the parasympathetic state.Read More
When our intuition comes into play, we are trusting the part of ourselves that isn’t physically tangible. Kind of like that moment you decided to go left instead of right like you usually do, and then later you find out that there was major traffic on your normal route and you were able to let source guide you.
Source is the muscle.Read More
Practicing herbalism or taking herbs does not make you holistic.
Let’s dive into the introduction of true holistic herbalism and allow me to introduce to how I wish to practice herbalism for myself and any future clients. Understand how I see beyond the symptom by connecting the emotions, elements and energy within plants and people.Read More
Spring has officially arrived on the day of the Full Moon, and this season I am celebrating with zero waste Spring cleaning! This is the time of year where everyone whips out their endless supply of plastic bottles filled with incredibly harmful chemicals, and I’m just not here for it! I will show you how to make your very own surface cleaner using only two ingredients!Read More
Taking herbs in a capsule form is extremely convenient, especially if you have a lot of powdered herbs on hand because it’s easy to pack into a pill mold. However, how often are you thinking about your preparation go-to and when it’s most appropriate? Have you considered the importance of taste?Read More
Children have the ability to scream when they want to scream, kiss when they want to kiss, and sleep when they want to sleep. Children are our teachers. They’re the most connected beings we have the pleasure of watching, because they are so deeply rooted to their bodies. They know what they want and need at every second of the day, and even if nothing’s seemingly wrong, they’ll know it’s time to kick and scream to release the energy built within them. What a magical place to be within side of your self, to just know what you need.Read More
Owning who you are can be a difficult thought process to wrap your mind around, especially if you have grown up with many self doubts, like myself. A question that kept coming up in my life was “is this my intuition, or is this my ego?”, and the answer to that statement alone is- ego. With intuition, it’s not to be thought about, it’s to be felt.Read More
The key to experiencing success through Herbalism is by having interconnectedness amongst ourselves and the universe. This trickles deeper into emotion, elements and energy.Read More
Ojas is expressed as vitality, endurance, fertility and patience- all of which are grounded qualities of Kapha. Ojas is the subtle essene related to health and well-being. It makes you peaceful and patient- all of which we could all use more of. Building Ojas can be a multifaceted approach, and can mostly be achieved through expressive workings of balancing your Kapha dosha.Read More
As humans, we are also a part of nature. We are affected by the weather, the local reach of seasonal foods, and the reduced hustle of the season. However, we too come in seasons. Until we understand that we are part of earth’s ecosystem, we won’t begin to understand that us too require seasonal shifts. Just as the trees do, we too must become grounded with the earth.Read More